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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1827):

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  1. Matsoukas K. Assessing the Health Information Needs of Unaffiliated Health Professionals and Using Training on Openly Available Search Tools and Resources to Provide Solutions to Their Information Access Challenges and Barriers. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2014;33(4):391
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  4. Lott JP, Roy B, Venkatesh AK. Temporal trends in accessing online medical information. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2014;9(8):525
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  5. McCulley C, Jones M. Fostering RN-to-BSN Students’ Confidence in Searching Online for Scholarly Information on Evidence-Based Practice. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 2014;45(1):22
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  6. Dunn AG, Coiera E, Mandl KD. Is Biblioleaks Inevitable?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(4):e112
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  7. Kostkova P, Fowler D, Wiseman S, Weinberg JR. Major Infection Events Over 5 Years: How Is Media Coverage Influencing Online Information Needs of Health Care Professionals and the Public?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(7):e107
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  8. Nazarenko GI, Osipov GS, Kleimenova EB, Smirnov IV, Yashina LP, Molodchenkov AI, Nazarenko AG. A Guide to the medical literature. Methods and support software for evidence-based medical technology. Scientific and Technical Information Processing 2013;40(5):302
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  9. Evans BJ, Willinsky J. Setting Aside the Course Reader: The Legal, Economic, and Pedagogical Reasons. Innovative Higher Education 2013;38(5):341
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  1. Willinsky J, Moorhead L. The Future of the Academic Journal. 2014. :195
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